Additive Manufacturing & Advanced Materials Workshop - June 14, 2017, hosted by NASA at the JSC

Are you developing additive manufacturing or advanced materials technologies?


Are you looking for additive manufacturing or advanced materials-related solutions or collaboration partners?

SCHEDULED PRESENTATIONS:

Baylor College of Medicine (TCC Member):
  As-Needed Manufacturing of Personalized and Wrist Splints for Therapeutics in Space Flight Missions

Colorado School of Mines:
  Using Machine Learning to Accelerate Times and Reduce the Costs of Additive Part Qualifications

Essentium Materials:
  Mechanical Property Improvements by Induced RF Welding Printing Processes

Faustson Tool:
  The Alliance for the Development of Additive Processing Technologies (ADAPT) Overview

Made in Space:

  Additive Manufacturing Facility: On-Demand Manufacturing Inside the International Space Station

Manufacturer’s Edge:
  The Role of ADAPT and the MEP in Diversifying Colorado’s Manufacturing Supply Chain with Additive Manufacturing Technologies

NASA Johnson Space Center (TCC Member):
  Material Used for Thermal Protection and Amenable to 3D Manufacturing Technologies

Oak Ridge National Laboratory:
  Understanding Process Variability in Additive Manufacturing: Diving towards Qualification and Certification​

Prairie View A&M:
  Cybersecurity for Manufacturing

Rice University (TCC Member):
  3D Printing of Engineered Tissues with Vascular Networks

  Additive Manufacturing-Based Powder Characterization & Spreading Processes
  Roll-to-Roll Manufacture of Laser-Induced Graphene for Flexible Devices and 3D Printing

Texas A&M Energy Institute (TCC Member):
  CESMII Smart Manufacturing Platform and the Monetization of Manufacturing Data

Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service:
  What Everyone Ought to Know about Manufacturing’s Biggest Cybersecurity Concerns Today

University of Texas at Austin:
  Materials Development for Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) 3D Printing

PRELIMINARY AGENDA:


  8:00 – Welcome
  8:15 – Keynote
  8:30 – Presentation Panel Session 1
10:15 – Networking Break
10:30 – Presentation Panel Session 2
12:15 – Lunch
  1:00 – TCC Overview
  1:15 – Presentation Panel Session 3
  3:00 – Networking Break
  3:15 – Presentation Panel Session 4
  5:00 – Adjourn

NASA and the Technology Collaboration Center are holding an Additive Manufacturing & Advanced Materials Workshop, at the NASA Johnson Space Center, on June 14, 2017, covering a broad range of additive manufacturing (3D printing) & advanced materials topics.


This event will bring together organizations needing or developing new additive manufacturing (3D printing) or materials-related technologies, with presentations on the latest technology advances and unmet challenges, in a format providing an opportunity for participants to network and explore potential partnerships.


Any organization can request to make a presentation on their latest additive manufacturing/advanced materials technologies or needs at the event. The deadline for submitting a presentation request is noon, May 31, unless all presentation slots have been allocated earlier.


Register at tcc-houston.org or by sending an e-mail to events@tcc-houston.org. All event participants are required to register prior to the event. Event tickets are $50 for TCC members, and $100 for non-members. Details on the event agenda and location will be provided to registered attendees, within a week of the event.


Please contact the TCC for event sponsorship opportunities.